India Accelerator Launches New Co-Working Space In Gurugram
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India Accelerator Launches New Co-Working Space In Gurugram

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One of the renowned mentorship driven accelerators in India, India Accelerator (Global Accelerator Network partner) launches new co-working space at Sector 44 in Gurugram. It provides entrepreneurs the positive atmosphere required to connect with other colleagues and help each other grow professionally in their competitive world.

Ashish Bhatia, Managing Director, India Accelerator, says, “Being a leader in providing entrepreneurial support to start-ups, India Accelerator understands the struggle of every start-up entrepreneur over heading with an office space. Thus, India Accelerator- CoWork will reduce the stress of the entrepreneurs by minimizing the pressure of expenses and benefit them with an opportunity to improve networking with other like-minded entrepreneurs, where one joins as an individual but ultimately becomes a part of the larger family.”



Located at a prime location near to Huda Metro Station, the new working space serves start-ups across multiple industries an opportunity to transform their business ideas into a sustainable one. With more than 6000 square feet, it has a custom designed access for each startup and has a mix of several facilities like board rooms, and video conferencing rooms which are well equipped with high technology and devices. One of the biggest advantages for entrepreneurs working out of that space is that they can gain by being in the Accelerator ecosystem even without being part of the cohort.

Founded in 2017, India Accelerator is a reputed mentorship driven accelerator program which helps the start-ups during their initial phase and builds them a business model. It also provides co-working space as a separate LOB to help promote community building & collaboration among the Start-up ecosystem by bringing like-minded passionate people together.

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